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14 MAY 2015

CHINA 8: Contemporary Art from China on the Rhine and Ruhr

CHINA 8 – Contemporary Art from China on the Rhine and Ruhr May 15 – September 13, 2015.

"Eight cities along the Rhine and Ruhr, nine museums, around 120 artists – the CHINA 8 exhibition is the most comprehensive survey of contemporary Chinese art held in Germany to date. Alongside established artists, the positions of younger and newly emerging artists are also represented. Nine museums in Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Essen, Gelsenkirchen, Hagen, Marl, Mülheim an der Ruhr and Recklinghausen have come together for this joint project and will be showing works from the fields of painting, photography, calligraphy, ink drawing, sculpture, installation art and video from 15th May to 13th September 2015. The 'eight' in the show’s title is not only the number of the participating cities, but also a significant Chinese lucky number."

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2015 • Adou • Alfred Ko • art exhibition • Aspartime • Cai Dongdong • Chen Shaoxiong • Chen Wei • Chen Xiaoyi • Chinese art • Chinese artists • contemporary artcontemporary art exhibitionscontemporary Chinese art • Du Yan Fang • Duisburg • Dusseldorf • Eason Tsang Ka Wai • Essen • Gelsenkirchen • German exhibition • Hagen • Jiang Pengyi • Li Weiyi • Li Zhengde • Liang Weizhou • Lin Ke • Lin Ke(1984) • Ma Daha Group • Ma Qiusha • Marl • Mo Yi • Mulheim an der Ruhr • Peoples Republic of Chinapolitical artprotest works • Recklinghausen • retrospective exhibition • Shan Feiming • Shao Wenhuan • South Ho Siu Nam • Wang Ningde • Wang Qingsong • Wang Youshen • Xiao Xiao • Zhuang Hui • Zong Ning

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Simon Perkins
13 MAY 2015

Sonia Delaunay: a retrospective exhibition at the Tate Modern

Tate Modern: The EY Exhibition: Sonia Delaunay, 15 April – 9 August 2015.

Sonia Delaunay. Hélice, décoration pour le Palais de l’Air, Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques, Paris 1937. © Pracusa 2013057. © Skissernas Museum, Lund, Sweden/Emma Krantz.

Project de Tissu Simultané n°25, France, 1924, gouache, donated by Sonia Delaunay 5 June 1966, © Les Arts Décoratifs.

Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979). “Rythme couleur” (1964), oil on canvas, Paris, musée d’Art moderne.

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2015 • abstraction and figuration • art exhibitionart simultanecolourconcentric circles • contrasting colours • dynamism • Ernst and Young • female artistFrench paintergeometric formsgeometric patternhue • living sculpture • modernist paintingmovementpainter • painting exhibition • patchwork quiltpattern • pure colour • retrospective exhibitionsimultaneismSonia DelaunayTate ModernUkrainianvibrant colourvisual abstraction

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Simon Perkins
25 APRIL 2015

Supersymmetry: a immersive aesthetic experience by Ryoji Ikeda

"Supersymmetry attempts to transform the complexity of quantum information theory into an immersive aesthetic experience, meshing sound, visual data and high-speed light displays. The show pairs two inter-related installations. As you step into the cavernous, pitch-black space at the top of Brewer Street Car Park in Soho, you're confronted by [experiment]. Three 1m x 1m light boxes, glowing white, skitter and whoosh with tiny ball bearings, forming unique and unpredictable patterns. It's a disorientating experience, leaving you feeling adrift in such a frenetic space, with red lasers constantly scanning the surface movements.

As you step through the curtain into the next space, [experience], you're plunged into the middle of two 20m-long screens, blinking with forty monitors, all displaying how the previous room's data has been analysed and translated. The synchronized monitors pulse with high-speed analyses and typed text, while the electronic soundscape -- a symphony of bleeps, buzzes and droning hums -- adds to the charged atmosphere. The overall effect, as you glance at the mutating text and the rapid-fire bombardment of data, is both hypnotic and hallucinatory, and yet there's also something strangely oppressive about being caught in this endless loop of sound and information."

(Daniel Culpan, 23 April 2015, Wired)

"Supersymmetry" by Ryoji Ikeda, 2015. The exhibition runs at The Vinyl Factory Space at Brewer Street Car Park, London, W1F 0LA, until 31 May 2015.

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2015aesthetic experienceart and scienceart exhibitionartist in residence • artistic response • austere ambienceball bearings • beeps • bleeps • buzzes • CERN • charged atmosphere • complexity • dark space • disorientating experience • droning • electronic soundscape • emotionally empty art • endless loop • hallucinatory • Higgs boson • humming • hyper-sensory experience • hypnoticimmersive aesthetic experience • Japanese artist • Japanese visual artist • Large Hadron Collider • light installationlight pulseslightboxmodernist aesthetics • multistorey building • particle accelerator • particle research • physics • quantum information theory • Ryoji Ikeda • sound and imagestrobing • Supersymmetry (2015) • symmetry • The Vinyl Factory • unique patterns • unpredictable patterns • visual artistvisual representations of scientific conceptsvisual spectacular • whooshes • Wired (magazine)

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Simon Perkins
11 FEBRUARY 2015

Squidsoup's Submergence light installation at Mexico Visual Art Week

"'Submergence', work by the Squidsoup collective, will be the only indoor piece in all of the [Mexico City] 2015 VAW festival, envisioned for a closed space. Like the name of the piece suggests, 'Submergence' proposes the audience to be immersed, inviting to stroll through it, which in an interactive process produces changes in the intensity of the lights, colors and sound expressions. With a narrative path composed of 4 parts of approximately 5 minutes each, an abstract story slowly takes shape with great poetic weight and added to the mutations that the audience contributes with their movements. The transition through subtle atmospheres introduces us to a magical and unreal world. Beyond the multiple meanings the spectator can perceive in free interaction with 'Submergence', the experience is key in itself, the possibilities this piece offers to perceive and enjoy all the senses at once."

(Museo Jumex)

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2015 • 3D pixel matrix • abstract story • abstract virtual environment • art exhibitionartist collectiveartworkatmospheric • atmospheric effects • closed space • floating in spaceimmersive experienceimmersive worksinteractive artworkinteractive light fieldLED lightingLiam Birtleslight art • light art festival • light fieldlight installationlight sculptureMexico City • Museo Jumex • Ocean of Light (artwork) • otherworldlinesspixel matrixpoints of lightpresenceresponsive light installationresponsive sound installation • spatialised pixels • Squidsoup (collective) • Submergence (2015) • VAW festival • Visual Art Week 2015 • Visual Art Week MX • visual spectacle

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Simon Perkins
03 FEBRUARY 2015

Kraftwerk:Pop Art

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art exhibition • Arte TV • bandBBC FourCan (band)cast a long shadowcultural impactDavid Bowie • Derrick May • Deutsch • dokumentarfilm • electronicaGerman rock musicinfluential musicianKraftwerkKrautrock • machine music • man machinemusic documentarymusiciansNeville Brodyperformance • Peter Boettcher • pioneers of electronicapop art • power station • Rhineland • survey show • synthesized musicTate Moderntelevision documentary • U2 • work of art

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Simon Perkins
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